Middle East

40,000 people living in makeshift detention centres in Libya

Death of Eritrean teenager in Tripoli detention camp highlights plight of more than 40,000 migrants detained in Libya.

Middle East

Erdogan says Turkish military in Libya to train pro-Sarraj forces

Turkish president says army personnel being sent to Libya are supporting and training UN-recognised government's forces.

Erdogan says Turkish military in Libya to train pro-Sarraj forces

Middle East

African foreign ministers meet in Algeria over Libya conflict

Ministers at Algerian forum to call for enforcement of arms embargo and end to foreign meddling in Libya's civil war.

Libya

UN's Guterres: Libya a 'playground' for foreign forces

Antonio Guterres warns 'terrorism' spreading in the Sahel and a threat to nations such as Ivory Coast, Beni, and Ghana.

Libya

Libya reopens Tripoli's Mitiga airport

Tripoli's only working airport was closed for one day after rockets were fired towards it by Haftar's forces.

Libya reopens Tripoli's Mitiga airport

Opinion

Why peace initiatives in Libya are failing

And what can be done about it?

Noha Aboueldahab

by Noha Aboueldahab

Noha Aboueldahab

Algeria

Algeria to host six African foreign ministers on Libya conflict

Meeting of ministers from Egypt, Tunisia, Sudan, Chad, Mali and Niger follows world leaders' summit on shoring up truce.

Algeria to host six African foreign ministers on Libya conflict

Libya

Tripoli's Mitiga airport reopens after coming under fire

Resumption of shelling on airport has put a recent ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey on shaky ground.

Tripoli's Mitiga airport reopens after coming under fire

AJ IMPACT

Libya war costing $77m in oil revenue per day

Libya's oil production has slowed to a near halt after forces loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar blockade ports and stop pipelines.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Fayez al-Sarraj on arms, war and peace in Libya

Libya's prime minister discusses if the Berlin-Libya summit can achieve a permanent ceasefire.

Libya

UAE has no right to interfere in Libyan affairs: Fayez al-Sarraj

In an interview with Al Jazeera, head of UN-recognised government ponders United Arab Emirates' motives inside Libya.

UAE has no right to interfere in Libyan affairs: Fayez al-Sarraj

Middle East

UN's top Libya envoy opposes troop deployment

Special envoy says transformation of current truce into permanent ceasefire needs small number of military observers.

UN's top Libya envoy Ghassan Salame opposes UN troop deployment

Middle East

Libya's youth suffer from war and lack of opportunities

Many young people are feeling hopeless and trying to go abroad.

Turkey

Erdogan says Somalia invited Turkey to explore for oil offshore

Turkish leader says Ankara will take steps in its operations in Somalia in line with the invitation.

Erdogan says Somalia invited Turkey to explore for oil offshore

Inside Story

Who has the power to stop Libya's civil war?

World leaders meeting in Berlin agree to stop sending weapons fuelling the conflict.